Learn how The Introduction to Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Machining enables computers to control manufacturing tools and how to select, program and operate a CNC machine.
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About this course
Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Machining is the process through which computers control machine-based processes in manufacturing. The kinds of machines controlled include lathes, mills, routers and grinders – all used for manufacturing of metal and plastic products.
In this course, you’ll learn the ins-and-outs of CNC machining; building the essential knowledge to develop and operate a project with a CNC machine.
From plan interpretation to machining and quality control, you will learn how to make the right decision in every stage of a project through videos and interactive activities.
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What you’ll learn
- How to identify the right machine tool for the production process.
- Selection of cutting tools according to the ISO standard.
- How to develop a basic CNC code.
- Implementation of necessary pre-production adjustments.
Week 1: About the course: Prologue. Meet our team. Frequently Asked Questions. Interpretation of the plans and order: Simulation – The Order. Why a CNC machine?
Week 2: Analysis of processes and CNC machines: CNC machine elements. Coordinate Systems. Simulation – The machine. Selection of the cutting tool: Introduction to cutting tool selection. Simulation – The tool.
Week 3: CNC Code Generation: Introduction to programming. Trajectories and tool control. Simulation – The code. Machine code implementation: Program Verification and Implementation. Machine preparation and operation. Final Controls. Simulation – Production.
Week 4: Quality control and piece measurement: Quality control. Simulation – Delivery.